Additional info: Reviewing an episode, Life magazine called it "funny but fuzzy", "well acted but poorly produced". Even so, I think many people today would want to see it, just to see the 1940s-era acts. Some later variety series of the 1940s do have surviving episodes, such as "The Morey Amsterdam Show", "The Swift Show", etc, but these are generally not available for viewing.
Here is a link to the article, which features two pages of still photographs of the series (starting at page 84):
If you wanna see a later 1940s variety show, I uploaded an episode of "Texaco Star Theater" from 22 March 1949 to the Internet Archive (I've already linked to this in another thread):
Yes, it features Keye Luke!! Extremely rare to see an Asian performer on US TV in 1949.
Also, and again I've already linked to this on another thread, if you wanna see a 1947 variety show in action, here is a link to BBC's "Variety in Sepia", featuring a talented lady performing two songs:
No, this was not the first time a "Black" performer appeared on TV. The earliest such appearance I know of, now lost, is a 1938 BBC production of "The Emperor Jones":
However there may have been earlier appearances. Who knows?
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